Tron’s Mainnet Surpasses 2.5 Million Accounts And Processed 8 Million Blocks

Tron (TRX), one of the largest and most popular blockchain networks in the market, has reached a new goal. This time, Tronscan informed that the Tron mainnet reached 2.5 million accounts. At the same time, the network has already produced more than 8.3 million blocks since it was launched back in 2018.

Tron Continues Growing

According to Tronscan, the total number of accounts on the Tron Mainnet surpassed 2.5 million. Moreover, the block height has already reached 8,341,950 with 1194 online nodes.

Tron proponents and supporters have become very enthusiastic about the goals that the network was able to achieve in the last few months. This shows that Tron was able to produce 8.3 million blocks since it was launched last year. Meanwhile, Ethereum (ETH), one of its closest competitors in the market, had only 7.5 million blocks processed.

Tron has also been registering a fast increase in the number of dApps users on its network. The number of decentralized applications has also been growing. This shows that there is a genuine interest from users in the Tron network.

One of the latest positive things related to Tron is, a recognized blockchain travel platform that announced that they will be accepting TRX tokens for booking hotels around the world. The firm is already offering 500,000 hotels located in different countries, which would have a positive impact on the number of users using Tron and in the number of economic transactions.

Tron is currently the 11th largest digital asset in the market. It has a market capitalization of $1.76 billion and each TRX coin can be bought for $0.0263, as reported by CoinMarketCap.

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